In a democracy, everyone has equal access to power. If you are born into the "office" of monarch- you are delegated as HEAD OF STATE- and no one else has this access, than you do not live in a democracy.
That is what is meant by NOMINAL head of state, which I have posted many dozens of times.
If the USA declared that you were the head of state, the king, and that 'office' would be passed down from you to your son (or daughter) forever, if the only thing you did (as king) was to throw out the first ball of the first game of the baseball season: the USA would not be a democracy any more.
No matter how many times you spam the board.
PS: the monarch in the UK nominates the PM, sings off on all new laws, declares wars, and has the power, no matter how hard SuperFAG & et al. stomp their feet: to dismiss the elected government.
Your ignorance, limited intellect and understanding is no excuse
Dont be jealous just because the US democratic political system is based in the British system, we have been around a lot longer
The very fact that Wales and Scotland have devolved governments is a result of that democracy
How Democratic is the UK? The 2012 Audit
It is doubtful that any political scientist would dispute that the UK is a democracy. Across a variety of international indices, compiled by a range of academic and non-academic research institutes, the UK is consistently categorised as a full democracy. The UK has never failed to meet Freedom Houses benchmark for electoral democracies since the organisation began using the designation in 1989. Taking a longer view, the Polity IV database records the UK as one of a handful of countries that have operated continually as democracies since the 1880s.
The full audit PDF can be seen here
Or is this simply another proof that you will ignore?